- Influencer Tshepi Vundla and former Jozi member JR's son Sibabalwe just turned four and the tiny tot had one heck of a celebration
- The doting parents threw Siba an amazing Space Jam themed party to make sure that this birthday would be one to remember
- Tshepi let followers in on the day, sharing the exceptionally decorated party, here is a look inside the
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Tshepi Vundla and JR have thrown their little boy the kind of party he will never forget. The four old's celebration was Space Jam themed, complete with appropriate attire, bouncy houses, friends and a family.
Tshepi gave followers on Instagram an exclusive look inside the soiree. Here are a few photos.
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Tshepi Vundla gets dragged for tone deaf comment about ‘Broke girls’
Briefly News reports after making a comment about women who supposedly need men to do things for them, Tshepi Vundla found herself dodging bullets on the Twitter streets.
The well-known personality was on a YouTube podcast called On The Table where she engaged in a conversation with the host Tshepi Mabs and two other women, namely DJ Black Velvet and church girl and the ghost lady.
ZALebs reports that among the topics discussed was that of women who comment or post "SBWL" ("sayibaweli", which means to crave in Xhosa).
Tshepi called these women out and claimed they want these extravagant things from men and should focus on doing it themselves.
"Where are your parents, can't you buy these things for yourself, but you expect men to do these things for you"
After her words, Tshepi was called out for supposedly holding down her relationship with JR financially since he is no longer making music, reports Opera News.
When the clips circulated on Twitter, one thing tweeps could agree on was that bashing women is not the colour of the season. Tshepi became the biggest target for the backlash given she is the only recognisable individual on the panel.
"Tshepi catching all the smoke bc we don’t know who the other pick me aunts are."
"Tshepi Vundla is expecting women to financially support their men they way she does. Personally I think she should allow people to date the way they want to. Not everyone is attracted to broke rappers."
Source: Briefly News